If I could wrap up what I’ve written about having the best sex ever over hundreds of blog posts and everything I and so many people have shared during #AdultSexEdMonth over the past three years, this video would be it.
Seriously. In five easy minutes. It’s not a sleazy come-on to buy some dubious supplement,or book or some scummy pickup artists’ online video subscription or seminar. It’s just wise words of advice from Justin of justindecerous.com. He’s one hell of a kinky sex blogger and sex toy reviewer I suggest checking out if you haven’t already.
Even Justin admits that the title of the video sounds like a cheesy come-on.
“Most people will gloss it over thinking it is just another one of those dumb Cosmo or Men’s Health lists that they reproduce pretty much every month,” he says in a blog post. “In all fairness this is a list but it is a list of things these dumbass publications are seemingly fantastic at missing. But then, of course, they would be because if they actually said these things, then there would be no need for people to buy next month’s tripe.”
We had a Twitter chat about this video over the past couple of days. He said that he made the video for #AdultSexEdMonth because “I got bored of saying both over and over again.”
In a nutshell, these are his five suggestions for those of you who don’t have five minutes to learn what you have to do in order to have a super-fantastic sex life. If you’re already a sex god (or sex goddess — these tips apply to women, too), move on. If you can’t spare five minutes, bookmark this page and come back to the video when you have time.
1. Learn the basics of the body and the erogenous zones (0:50). (When you have more time, check out my detailed basics on the penis, vagina, clitoris (http://agoodwomansdirtymind.com/the-clitastic-clitoris/), labia majora, labia minora, G-spot, nipples and other erogenous zones. I also had some help from Molly Moore of Molly’s Daily Kiss to give some tips on exploring anal sex for first timers. Even though anal sex is not my thing personally, I can’t express the importance enough of checking yourself before you wreck yourself.)
2. Confidence and enthusiasm (1:53)
3. Communication (2:27)
4. Pay attention and listen (2:45) (This applies to the verbal and non-verbal cues.)
5. Be open-minded (4:03)
The pointers and tips you need to follow through are free, too. Check out the #AdultSexEdMonth 2015 Stories by Topic page. If you can’t find something you’re looking for there, check out the #AdultSexEdMonth Stories by Topic pages from 2014 and 2013. All I ask of you to pay it forward is to thank the bloggers who taught your something new, follow them, and share the valuable sex information you learned with the #AdultSexEdMonth hashtag on Twitter and Facebook.